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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #100 on: 15 Nov 2010, 17:08 »

Glen is my favourite now, seriously.
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« Reply #101 on: 15 Nov 2010, 20:24 »

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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #102 on: 16 Nov 2010, 15:30 »

Did he escape after cutting off his hand or did he jump off the roof? I had this argument earlier today.
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« Reply #103 on: 16 Nov 2010, 16:15 »

He cut his hand off because he couldn't get the smell off. Stink-palm is the worst.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #104 on: 16 Nov 2010, 17:58 »

Oh man if I sig quoted, that would be my quote, allison. that was the best.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #105 on: 17 Nov 2010, 09:33 »

Kinda funny that people notice diversity in a single but don't give much thought to the complete lack of diversity across entire networks.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #106 on: 17 Nov 2010, 16:56 »

Actually people do seem to watch tv or experience different types of media(books, movies, music) based on their racial identity. Not exclusively sure but the preference is there. What i was originally saying is that for the end of the world i find it somewhat amusing that almost every race and economical background was miraculously combined into one camp.  KVP its been mentioned multiple times that there is a lack of diversity on network tv. Networks have gotten better but its still there.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #107 on: 17 Nov 2010, 17:03 »

It's the humanity ark! Two of every demographic, and the old guy's Noah.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #108 on: 18 Nov 2010, 08:40 »

After all, Atlanta doesn't have blacks, latinos, and rednecks!
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #109 on: 18 Nov 2010, 11:11 »

you forgot Asians. The only reason i can see that they would be all together is that when the world ends I'm sure your gonna ban together with whoever wherever for safety in numbers.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #110 on: 18 Nov 2010, 11:57 »

Yes, it's only when society collapses that individuals of different races would think of intermingling. That's some last fucking resort shit, man.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #111 on: 18 Nov 2010, 15:14 »

For some reason i don't see the racist guy and the black guy having cookouts together unless oh i don't know the world ended and it even by racist guys own words it becomes mutually beneficial for them to get along.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #112 on: 18 Nov 2010, 19:43 »

you forgot Asians. The only reason i can see that they would be all together is that when the world ends I'm sure your gonna ban together with whoever wherever for safety in numbers.

looks like someone's never watched an ep of community
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #113 on: 18 Nov 2010, 20:00 »

no i havent. heard it was good though. Feel like im being portrayed here as something im not. I still standby my assumption that a black guy and a hardcore racist teaming up would require something close to a life or death situation and you still see how that turned out. Sure the black guy was the bigger person and awesome for it but the racist was still an asshole and probably never will change. In the episode they constantly talked about how much of an asshole the guy was in the 1st place and how leaving him was even ok. So for the group to even allow that guy to stay in the 1st place(same for wife beater) would require some extraordinary situation like say zombie apocalypse. So again people group together when they normally wouldn't for usefulness and safety in numbers.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #114 on: 18 Nov 2010, 21:10 »

you just framed it really weirdly, dude. that's all.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #115 on: 18 Nov 2010, 21:15 »

Didn't mean to and sure as hell wasn't what i was trying to say.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #116 on: 24 Nov 2010, 03:20 »

That last episode was some heavy shit. The final scene was ultimately depressing and completely horrific.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #117 on: 24 Nov 2010, 04:04 »

Yeah but the whole gangsters turn-around was ridiculous. Real clumsy very-special-episode kind of shit. I really liked the opening pre-credits scene, and the end was horrifying and gripping and strangely unexpected, but just about everything in the middle was a great big steaming turd. Well apart from the guy confessing how he'd only got away from the zombies because they were eating his family, that was pretty gut-wrenching.

But man this series is so far not delivering nearly enough on the promise of the pilot.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #118 on: 24 Nov 2010, 10:08 »

I'm hoping that that's just because it's so legit.

Meaning, I really didn't like The Walking Dead books at first either. I thought "my god these characters are horrible and almost everything that happens is a parody of a cliche" but then, a couple issues in, I was completely hooked and it managed to do a complete 180 in my mind.

Not really sure why or how, but I'm hoping something similar happens with the show.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #119 on: 24 Nov 2010, 11:58 »

Yeah but the whole gangsters turn-around was ridiculous. Real clumsy very-special-episode kind of shit. I really liked the opening pre-credits scene, and the end was horrifying and gripping and strangely unexpected, but just about everything in the middle was a great big steaming turd. Well apart from the guy confessing how he'd only got away from the zombies because they were eating his family, that was pretty gut-wrenching.

But man this series is so far not delivering nearly enough on the promise of the pilot.

Yeah, the inbetween stuff just wasn't worth talking about. It sees like every second episode is poor but I'm willing to give Guts the benefit of the doubt because of the pilot.

EDIT: Wow, that's disappointing. Last episode was written by Kirkman.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #120 on: 24 Nov 2010, 13:36 »

Meaning, I really didn't like The Walking Dead books at first either. I thought "my god these characters are horrible and almost everything that happens is a parody of a cliche" but then, a couple issues in, I was completely hooked and it managed to do a complete 180 in my mind.

this, and again, it's kind of hard to top a pilot that is written and directed by Frank fucking Darabont. they went from this all-star director to people who haven't done anything besides an episode or two of law & order.

i was expecting a massive drop in quality but the last episode was actually quite good imo, although yeah the mexican gang sucked dicks.

remember guys, the first season of a show is usually where they iron out all the issues and really find the series' footing. we're only like, 4 episodes in.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #121 on: 24 Nov 2010, 13:44 »

Yeah but that's four out of six episodes. I don't know at what point in the creative process they found out they were only getting six episodes for a first season, but I feel like they should have made everything a hell of a lot tighter given the limited run. And a lot of the problems with the series so far haven't been the typical tonal problems you get in early episodes, they've been actual issues of the people involved not being able to see something in the script and realise "Holy shit, this Mexican gang stuff is awful", or "Does Merle need to be quite such a cardboard-cutout southern redneck racist cliche?" That's worrying.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #122 on: 24 Nov 2010, 13:51 »

They're doing a good job of weeding out a lot of the less-interesting characters already. I mean, I see what you mean and I agree, but I've been avid fans of shows that have downright silly and/or annoying subplots/characters 4 or 5 seasons in.

Either way I guess my point is that this show isn't trying my patience that much (although "Guts" came close).
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #123 on: 25 Nov 2010, 10:27 »

Meaning, I really didn't like The Walking Dead books at first either. I thought "my god these characters are horrible and almost everything that happens is a parody of a cliche" but then, a couple issues in, I was completely hooked and it managed to do a complete 180 in my mind.

this, and again, it's kind of hard to top a pilot that is written and directed by Frank fucking Darabont. they went from this all-star director to people who haven't done anything besides an episode or two of law & order.

i was expecting a massive drop in quality but the last episode was actually quite good imo, although yeah the mexican gang sucked dicks.

remember guys, the first season of a show is usually where they iron out all the issues and really find the series' footing. we're only like, 4 episodes in.

This. Although, I'm quite impressed with what they've done so far. Episode 2 was a bit iffy for me, but they picked it up again on the 3rd.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #124 on: 26 Nov 2010, 01:07 »


This. Although, I'm quite impressed with what they've done so far. Episode 2 was a bit iffy for me, but they picked it up again on the 3rd.

Really?  The third episode bored me to tears.  It felt to me that there were forced 'family moments' that had to happen.  It was all very predictable and way too long.

For me so far :  Episodes 1 > 4 >> 2 >> 3
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #125 on: 29 Nov 2010, 15:02 »

For me so far :  Episodes 1 >> 4 > 3 >> 2
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #126 on: 29 Nov 2010, 15:44 »

I loved this week's episode, definitely the best one since the pilot for me. Even the potentially goofy CDC bunker bit at the end was okay, I thought.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #127 on: 29 Nov 2010, 17:09 »

I've actually liked all the episodes but this one was really good. I have given the series a lot of slack just cuz i know that they have to get out all the plot points in such a short time. I imagine cramming a whole season into 6 episodes has to be hard so i give them the benefit of the doubt.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #128 on: 29 Nov 2010, 17:42 »

"Wildfire" was the name of this episode. I think it's a real thing, that or it's a hat tip towards "The Andromeda Strain" (Crichton made up his share of horseshit but he had some tru facts in his novels as well). The Wildfire Protocol was a governmental plan of action in the event of a biological attack or viral outbreak.

So it stands to reason we might get more of an idea of the origins of the Zombacalypse in this version of the story.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #129 on: 01 Dec 2010, 01:12 »

Ughhh . . . Frank Darabont just fired the entire writing staff because he wants to do future scripts himself or by his hand selected writers.

http://tv.ign.com/articles/113/1137550p1.html
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #130 on: 01 Dec 2010, 05:32 »

I like the firing of the staff, nothing was really that well written.

Explaining the zombies is always a bad idea. Kirkman talks about how and why he refuses to do it all the time in Letter Hacks.


This episode was okay. Second season better pick up tho.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #131 on: 01 Dec 2010, 08:28 »

Yeah let's be honest the writing in the Guillermo ep was really genuinely terrible.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #132 on: 01 Dec 2010, 15:49 »

This week's episode had probably the best depiction of people turning that I've ever seen.  It was pretty goddamn soul-crushing.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #133 on: 01 Dec 2010, 20:19 »

My friends and I especially loved Glenn's reaction to having their own people burned instead of buried.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #134 on: 02 Dec 2010, 14:16 »

The writing hasn't been this show's strong suit, it's mostly been the atmosphere and the gore. I'm a fan of the firing.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #135 on: 02 Dec 2010, 15:26 »

I'm looking forward to the season finale. I know the show's writing hasn't been its strong suit but I'm interested to see where they'll take the show for the next season once the characters enter the CDC and deal with the mysterious, crazy-depressed scientist.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #136 on: 07 Dec 2010, 18:38 »

The only good thing about the season final is that it reaffirmed that show is about people coping after the apocalypse and that it's not your run of the mill zombie thing.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #137 on: 07 Dec 2010, 18:53 »

I don't think anyone I know enjoyed the last episode.
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #138 on: 07 Dec 2010, 22:39 »

I mean they got drunk woohoo I guess but that kinda sucked.
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« Reply #139 on: 08 Dec 2010, 08:58 »

Liked the season finale a lot, actually. Better than most of the preceding episodes. Dr. was another good actor they killed off, like Jim, and they didn't do the thing with that one character they did in the comics which I would have liked to see, but honestly? My biggest complaint is that they were drinking Southern Comfort.
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« Reply #140 on: 08 Dec 2010, 12:41 »

My cousin and I enjoyed the season finale, while most of my friends hated it.  My one friend said that it was an episode that took a long time to do nothing, or go back to the status quot.  I was expecting them to kill the most expected guy off.
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« Reply #141 on: 09 Dec 2010, 02:29 »

i liked it 50/50

the second half was pretty dumb.
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« Reply #142 on: 09 Dec 2010, 04:50 »

Really? I thought it was unbelievably dull until the scene where they were watching the brain scan video. At first I thought that scene was kind of ridiculous, but it slowly grew on me until it became really powerful. I think mostly that was due to Noah Emmerich's performance. After that I thought it got kind of interesting, at least attempting an honest examination of hope vs. despair and whether hope was really the best response to an apocalyptic crisis. That's all good meaty stuff and if the episode didn't exactly explore the topic to its full potential, at least it tried.

There were some more of the patently ridiculous logic-holes and continuity questions that have been a problem throughout the series so far, though: in particular, the fact that the zombies that were rising up to devour them at the end of the previous episode apparently all disappeared or got bored or something and somehow ceased to be a threat while our heroes could stand around in the doorway to the CDC gawping at the beginning of the episode; then at the end of the episode, apparently the CDC is built to self-destruct in a cataclysmically powerful explosion but the windows can't withstand a simple hand grenade? Which I guess means that the people who designed the place weren't really concerned with containing the explosion and, you know, ensuring people just hanging around in the parking lot didn't get hurt? Seems kind of dumb to me.

The pre-credit opening, the flashback to Shane in the hospital, was fantastic though. That's what's been so frustrating about this season: there've been some jaw-droppingly magnificent moments but there's been so much stuff that's just been straight-up hack work, too.
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« Reply #143 on: 09 Dec 2010, 14:28 »

Everything with Shane has been really, really solid.
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« Reply #144 on: 10 Dec 2010, 01:16 »

Which I guess means that the people who designed the place weren't really concerned with containing the explosion and, you know, ensuring people just hanging around in the parking lot didn't get hurt? Seems kind of dumb to me.

The scientist explained that the explosion was designed under the circumstances that a doomsday scenario has occurred.  It's still a little stupid, in my opinion, but whatever.

Here's hoping for a decent Season 2.
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« Reply #145 on: 10 Dec 2010, 05:47 »

To be fair I think the only reason I am enjoying this show is because of the novelty of it.
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« Reply #146 on: 10 Dec 2010, 10:00 »

Everything with Shane has been really, really solid.

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« Reply #147 on: 13 Dec 2010, 10:25 »

Ugggh I don't want to wait until Oct 31st 2011 for season 2!

Hopefully we'll get to see Meryle's triumphant return...AS THE GOVERNOR!!! (Probably won't happen).
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Re: Darabont takes The Walking Dead to TV
« Reply #148 on: 18 Jan 2011, 09:02 »

I didn't watch episode 6, but I honestly don't even feel the motivation to. It's a decent show, but it wasn't anything amazing either. I'm gonna try my best to finish it with an open mind, but I really can't see it impressing me, with how cheesy episiode 5 got at the end, as well as everything that led up to it.
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« Reply #149 on: 26 Jan 2011, 20:12 »

Watched four and a half episodes, guess I'll finish the 5th. I've never been so bored by zombies though to be perfectly honest.
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